Read testimony delivered at an EPA hearing focused on clean cars–specifically,vehicle greenhouse gas standards and fuel efficiency requirements.
Read about all things environment, health and climate change that you may have missed over summer 2017 and find out what you can do to defend clean air.
Learn about four energy, time, and money saving ways to get your kids to school each day that all help reduce the pollution around schools.
Find out what happens to your body when you breathe dirty air though a new, downloadable brochure from Moms Clean Air Force.
Find out how air pollution harms your body – your lungs, heart, brain, and womb – through an informative brochure from Moms Clean Air Force.
Ground-level ozone is harmful to all–especially kids, the elderly, those who work outside, and those with respiratory conditions. Learn how you can help.
Learn about a new paper that links climate change and sleep loss, predicting that as temperatures rise, the number of sleepless nights will also increase.
Learn four ways indoor air pollutants can affect the health of your family and how to reduce or avoid those pollutants in your home.
See Moms Clean Air Force’s World Asthma Day installation in Washington DC, representing the 77,000 children who miss school each day because of the disease.
Join the “Ask the Scientist” Twitter chat with MADE SAFE and Moms Clean Air Force for your chance to ask scientists about nontoxic products and your health.
Peggy Shepard, co-founder of WE ACT, talks about environmental justice in New York City and the effect of the Trump administration on existing regulations.
With the Clean Air Act under threat from the Trump Administration, see how the annual “State of the Air” report shows its continued importance.